Waves at Wallis

Today was a rough Monday. I felt tired, and stretched out, and couldn’t really settle. My mood was volatile, and I did only did the least expected of me. My daily life has been boring as of late. Right now, what is getting me through is the thoughts of tomorrow. The trips we are planningContinue reading “Waves at Wallis”

Kennebunk Beach

On Saturday we went up to Maine for the day. It was a beautiful Winter day. It just warm enough so that wind coming off the water wasn’t bitter. The dogs played while we walked down the beach. I brought my Nikon D7100 along and was able to get some awesome pictures. I wanted toContinue reading “Kennebunk Beach”

Waning Seasons of Change.

It was a dreary day here in New England. The Rainy was coming down, the temperatures have not reached out of the fifties. The air has a chill to it, and I am happy that I had the sense to grab a sweater on my way out this morning. Its was a cold wet afternoonContinue reading “Waning Seasons of Change.”

Mornings over Cobscook Bay

July 10. It was a beautiful day. At first, it seemed like it was going to be a cloudy day. I rolled over and fell back asleep. Several hours later, I was awoken by the sunlight that filtered gently through the window, before resting upon my face. I decided slowly to get up, and asContinue reading “Mornings over Cobscook Bay”

Phrases on The Wall

Nothing makes me angrier than those who have no respect for History. I don’t know if its more common, or that I’m simply paying more attention. Whenever I visit a landmark I experience the disappointment of seeing how some have defaced it. “Ariel + Josh” “David wuzzz here” No one really cares that David wasContinue reading “Phrases on The Wall”

Point of the Compass

Its a Tuesday night, two days down-but three to go. Its been a rough week, where I have felt like a bobber cast adrift in the current. I am helpless, unsure of my direction.  I am fighting so hard to find the current, yet sometimes it seems so far. Yet I know that eventually IContinue reading “Point of the Compass”

Rugged Coast

It is mid March. The days have begun to get longer, but the winds still carries a heavy chill. We are still months away from the warm evenings of summer that never end.  Yet I enjoy this time of year, when the  seacoast is quiet. I find solace in the hushed moments in the offContinue reading “Rugged Coast”